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2012-03-07 11:00:29 PM
Soooo....was there supposed to be something interesting or scandalous about that video? Maybe I missed something? Anything? Hello?
 
2012-03-07 11:00:50 PM
having reviewed a number of videos depicting homosexuals, I'm wondering if bell was a "mentor" (if you know what I mean) to the lithe young black man
 
2012-03-07 11:01:02 PM

A. Snatchfold: JudgeSmails: badhatharry: Bell is a radical nut and it's obvious Obama supports his idiotic ideas. Not good for Obama but it's not the Black Panther party I thought this was going to be.

really, how is it not good for Obama and please, be specific.

Also how is Bell a radical nut?


From Wikipedia Link (new window)

Judge Richard Posner of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago has "label[ed] critical race theorists and postmodernists the 'lunatic core' of 'radical legal egalitarianism.'"[8] He writes,


What is most arresting about critical race theory is that...it turns its back on the Western tradition of rational inquiry, forswearing analysis for narrative. Rather than marshal logical arguments and empirical data, critical race theorists tell stories - fictional, science-fictional, quasi-fictional, autobiographical, anecdotal - designed to expose the pervasive and debilitating racism of America today. By repudiating reasoned argumentation, the storytellers reinforce stereotypes about the intellectual capacities of nonwhites.[8]

Judge Alex Kozinski, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, writes that Critical Race Theorists have constructed a philosophy which makes a valid exchange of ideas between the various disciplines unattainable.


The radical multiculturalists' views raise insuperable barriers to mutual understanding. Consider the Space Traders story. How does one have a meaningful dialogue with Derrick Bell? Because his thesis is utterly untestable, one quickly reaches a dead end after either accepting or rejecting his assertion that white Americans would cheerfully sell all blacks to the aliens. The story is also a poke in the eye of American Jews, particularly those who risked life and limb by actively participating in the civil rights protests of the 1960s. Bell clearly implies that this was done out of tawdry self-interest. Perhaps most galling is Bell's insensitivity in making the symbol of Jewish hypocrisy the little girl who perished in the Holocaust - as close to a saint as Jews have. A Jewish professor who invoked the name of Rosa Parks so derisively would be bitterly condemned - and rightly so
 
2012-03-07 11:01:07 PM

ordinarysteve: badhatharry: RyogaM: badhatharry: Bell is a radical nut and it's obvious Obama supports his idiotic ideas. Not good for Obama but it's not the Black Panther party I thought this was going to be.

Lying about the beliefs of a dead man by calling him a "radical nut," knowing full well that the man cannot defend himself from your slurs, is disgusting and cowardly and discredits all the beliefs you claim to espouse.

So, please, continue this course of action, as it's better people know what scum Republicans actually are.

I keep seeing people post this stupid bs that you can't be critical of a dead man. Well, shiat. He's dead. I guess I can't post any opinions that his theory was farking stupid.

The point is that you are making absurd simplifications and misrepresentations about a guy after he has already died and cannot defend against any of it. None of these got brought up while he was alive, when he could defend them. Its not that you can't, its that it is dishonest and completely in line with the rest of the crazy nonsense you guys spout.


That's actually a VERY good point. I don't believe for one second that nobody at Fox News or the GOP didn't see and evaluate this tape very, very closely in October of 2008. There wasn't any there there then, and there isn't any now. It's just easier to say that there is now that the REALLY SCARY BLACK MAN in it is dead.
 
2012-03-07 11:01:26 PM
So... Are we going to talk about the difference between college and law school, here?

No? It's all the same elitist blahblahblah?

Right. Back to your regularly programmed snark, then.
 
2012-03-07 11:01:56 PM

downpaymentblues: maimzini: Derrick Bell, the man whose scholarship inspired Barack Obama, was the Jeremiah Wright of academia.

This was actually what I expected. It wasn't about Obama. It would be about the person he introduced. More "radical" associations!


Nothing like accusing a dead man of being a "racialist" radical after a long and prestigious career. fark these people.
 
2012-03-07 11:02:46 PM
OK, I didn't read the thread but am I supposed to hate Obama because of a speech he made in 1991 about diversity?

I am scared and confused. When I hear smoking gun I expect hearing Obummer explicitly saying he will convert America to socialism if he ever had the chance.
 
2012-03-07 11:02:51 PM

SirAdrianDangerous: This is the full video...

Link (new window)

Or at least what he should say. (Some language NSFW)


i think somewhere around 'hot diggity daggity mamasay mamakusa', i laughed up a snot bubble.
 
2012-03-07 11:03:43 PM

xpisblack: So... Are we going to talk about the difference between college and law school, here?

No? It's all the same elitist blahblahblah?

Right. Back to your regularly programmed snark, then.


In fairness, law school is generally fundamentally part of university, just a postgraduate program that isn't the same conventional track as academic postgraduate programs.
 
2012-03-07 11:04:01 PM

Nuff Said McFarky: Oh, hell. We have Fox Business Network on here at work (along with Bloomberg and CNBC. We're not allowed to change stations, but at least it's on mute) and they just aired a Lou Dobbs rerun with a segment on the speech. FBN even has the BuzzFeed watermark still on the video. Looks like they are going with Breitbart's "explanation" for a caption:

BREAKING NEWS: HEAVILY EDITED VIDEO OF PRES' COLLEGE DAYS RELEASED

Expect the trolls and TEAliban to start horking this bullshiat up ad nauseum.

/*headdesk*


Good thing no one watches Fox Business. it hasn't been a business channel for quite a while. They should just call themselves Fox News 2.

/Wonders when that channel will go off the air...
 
2012-03-07 11:06:52 PM

Bloody William: I just realized something that's amazingly stupid.

I looked at Breitbart's own story about this, talking about how "Obama embraced a racialist Harvard prof." I kept thinking it was talking about the speech itself and the professor and how it was him embracing him in a figurative way.

No. The smoking gun is Obama hugging the guy. That's... that's literally it.


Also, I love the use of "racialist." 1) Racist and racialist are not synonyms, 2) You mean racist, 3) Have the guts to actually call him racist if you're going to do it.
 
2012-03-07 11:09:59 PM

badhatharry: A. Snatchfold: JudgeSmails: badhatharry: Bell is a radical nut and it's obvious Obama supports his idiotic ideas. Not good for Obama but it's not the Black Panther party I thought this was going to be.

really, how is it not good for Obama and please, be specific.

Also how is Bell a radical nut?

From Wikipedia Link (new window)

Judge Richard Posner of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago has "label[ed] critical race theorists and postmodernists the 'lunatic core' of 'radical legal egalitarianism.'"[8] He writes,


What is most arresting about critical race theory is that...it turns its back on the Western tradition of rational inquiry, forswearing analysis for narrative. Rather than marshal logical arguments and empirical data, critical race theorists tell stories - fictional, science-fictional, quasi-fictional, autobiographical, anecdotal - designed to expose the pervasive and debilitating racism of America today. By repudiating reasoned argumentation, the storytellers reinforce stereotypes about the intellectual capacities of nonwhites.[8]

Judge Alex Kozinski, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, writes that Critical Race Theorists have constructed a philosophy which makes a valid exchange of ideas between the various disciplines unattainable.


The radical multiculturalists' views raise insuperable barriers to mutual understanding. Consider the Space Traders story. How does one have a meaningful dialogue with Derrick Bell? Because his thesis is utterly untestable, one quickly reaches a dead end after either accepting or rejecting his assertion that white Americans would cheerfully sell all blacks to the aliens. The story is also a poke in the eye of American Jews, particularly those who risked life and limb by actively participating in the civil rights protests of the 1960s. Bell clearly implies that this was done out of tawdry self-interest. Perhaps most galling is Bell's insensitivity in making the symbol of ...




Horrifying
 
2012-03-07 11:10:13 PM
I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.
 
2012-03-07 11:11:28 PM
It is going to be so much fun seeing the idiot bigots' heads explode when Obama gets reelected.
 
2012-03-07 11:12:26 PM

xpisblack: So... Are we going to talk about the difference between college and law school, here?


Yeah, that's the least of the problems with this line of derp they're trying to feed us.
 
2012-03-07 11:12:33 PM

tony41454: Prof. Bell was a friend of Jeremiah Wright, the avowed racist preacher who Obama sat and listened to for twenty years. Prof. Bell wanted to rewrite all of America's laws because he thought they were racist. And Obama agreed with him. What would ya'll be saying if a video surfaced of Bush praising the Grand Dragon of the KKK?

This is just the beginning. There will be more.


So President Obama once made a speech supporting racial equality. Actually in support of someone who was trying to make a point about racial equality. Where I come from racial equality is a good thing. Now as to your example of what we would do if Bush was praising the KKK? That really would not surprise me a whole lot, since Prescott Bush, his grandfather, supported the Nazi's.
 
2012-03-07 11:12:40 PM

rcantley: Also, I love the use of "racialist." 1) Racist and racialist are not synonyms, 2) You mean racist, 3) Have the guts to actually call him racist if you're going to do it.


But they don't want to. They want to cover their asses while still convincing their farkwit listeners that they're the same thing. "Racialist? That's like RACIST!"
 
2012-03-07 11:13:57 PM

Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.


www.reactiongifs.com
 
2012-03-07 11:13:57 PM

Gilligann: money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks


Damn, I better go see if my bank is 100% sharia-compliant.
 
2012-03-07 11:14:58 PM
So the rightards have now decided that President Near associating with a dead guy who can't defend himself is the Biggest Scandal On Earth, This Week?

I imagine they're feverishly looking for even more evidence that a black college student might have associated with liberals. Think of the blockbuster scandals yet to come! Why, it's possible that Obama may have even met Bill Clinton! Do you think he could have taken courses where liberal theories of race were addressed? My god, this is HUGE!

It's difficult to wrap my brain around this concept, but I think they may actually be sullying Breitbart's image.
 
2012-03-07 11:15:27 PM
No, no dag blame it!! Gol' darn it!! The president is a brow -BOONNGGG- noser!!
 
2012-03-07 11:15:36 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-03-07 11:16:06 PM

Kurland: It is going to be so much fun seeing the idiot bigots' heads explode when Obama gets reelected.


I'll vote for Obama if only to watch their heads explode.
 
2012-03-07 11:16:37 PM
Man, this cat's stealing all my thunder.
 
2012-03-07 11:17:03 PM

cameroncrazy1984: Gilligann: money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks

Damn, I better go see if my bank is 100% sharia-compliant.


Just look for...the union label...
/march
//march
///march
 
2012-03-07 11:19:08 PM

Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.


Do you have "professional" training? Have you ever considered the effect reading things like that might have on you? Do you now have dreams in which, you're in a gun shop, naked, wrapped in a Confederate flag? Really, the cumulative damage could be horrendous. I worry for you.
 
2012-03-07 11:19:24 PM

Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.


OK America seriously, THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?!!!!!
 
2012-03-07 11:19:31 PM

Mrtraveler01: Nuff Said McFarky: Oh, hell. We have Fox Business Network on here at work (along with Bloomberg and CNBC. We're not allowed to change stations, but at least it's on mute) and they just aired a Lou Dobbs rerun with a segment on the speech. FBN even has the BuzzFeed watermark still on the video. Looks like they are going with Breitbart's "explanation" for a caption:

BREAKING NEWS: HEAVILY EDITED VIDEO OF PRES' COLLEGE DAYS RELEASED

Expect the trolls and TEAliban to start horking this bullshiat up ad nauseum.

/*headdesk*

Good thing no one watches Fox Business. it hasn't been a business channel for quite a while. They should just call themselves Fox News 2.

/Wonders when that channel will go off the air...


FBN is still heavily watched by many in the financial industry. Even if they don't listen to whatever little financial reporting they actually do, they still tune in for libertarians like John Stossel and Lou Dobbs and for their 2+ Hours ObaMAO Hate.

/Doesn't stop us from sneaking on hockey, football, Family Guy, or South Park
//Doesn't stop my coworkers from changing the channel to regular Fox or World's Stupidest StoragePawnGunPickers
///But if I want to watch something less derpy? "Change it back! We don't want to watch any of your liberal bullshiat like that smarmy Jon Stewart!"
 
2012-03-07 11:20:24 PM

badhatharry: I guess I can't post any opinions that his theory was farking stupid.


Sure you can. I know you'll express your own knowledgeable opinion and not just parrot something from Hannity or the breitbartians. What was stupid about it?
 
2012-03-07 11:21:15 PM

Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.


Now that is some beautiful derp.
 
2012-03-07 11:21:54 PM

RoxtarRyan: I'll vote for Obama if only to watch their heads explode.


I share this sentiment. I didn't vote for him the first time around, I voted for the elephant (not the GOP one).
 
2012-03-07 11:22:36 PM

Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.


Unfortunately, it's definitely a "he." He is either 1) higher than The Beatles in 1967 or 2) the dumbest person in the world or 3) schizophrenic or 4) trolling the shiat out of the freepers.
 
2012-03-07 11:23:53 PM

SubBass49: Soooo....was there supposed to be something interesting or scandalous about that video? Maybe I missed something? Anything? Hello?


img685.imageshack.us
 
2012-03-07 11:24:22 PM

Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.


I love reading this shiat for some reason. I'm pretty sure that this person is the epitome of Goldline's target demographic.
 
2012-03-07 11:25:06 PM

Flappyhead: Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.

OK America seriously, THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?!!!!!


My best guess is about 25% of parents did not believe those GUBERMENT warnings about the dangers of letting children eat paint chips.
 
2012-03-07 11:26:20 PM

ordinarysteve: Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.

I love reading this shiat for some reason. I'm pretty sure that this person is the epitome of Goldline's target demographic.


Let's not forget that the poster probably has a family. Can you imagine what it's like to go to Thanksgiving dinner with THAT GUY?
 
2012-03-07 11:26:33 PM

ordinarysteve: I'm pretty sure that this person is the epitome of Goldline's target demographic.


Paranoid schizophrenics? Yeah, could be.
 
2012-03-07 11:28:16 PM

badhatharry: From Wikipedia


"From Wikipedia."

Well, thanks for your insight.

What I liked best about the Hannity presentation was the "sad trombone" at the end.
 
2012-03-07 11:28:48 PM

Bloody William: Genevieve Marie: Exploring institutionalized oppression and what it looks like and how to address it is unbelievably uncomfortable. It shakes the status quo, and it's always going to be controversial for that reason. But everything I've read about Derrick Bell indicates that he was brilliant and that his ideas are an interesting exploration of a really tough subject.

You know what? I'm going to play the race card. Right now? See it? I'm putting it down. WHAM! That's the race card.

These right-wing pundits are terrified little crackers who are intimidated by any black person, or any person, who has the balls to address the fact that we have an uncomfortable history when dealing with race relations, the effects are still clearly being felt now, and that the disparity experienced today, while not necessarily directly influenced by current racial politics, is inextricably linked to our policies and attitudes over the history of our country. These people are afraid of black men and anyone who wants to talk about black men in society. They're not thinking, "Oh shiat, this nubian's going to steal my car," but they are thinking, "Wow, I really, really don't want to address the fact that we're still dealing with the shiat we've done, as a people, in the past."


That's about it in a nutshell, yes. You run into some of the same obstacles when you start talking about feminism.
 
2012-03-07 11:32:05 PM

ordinarysteve: Gilligann: I just found the BEST post on Freerepublic.

My opinion: they're never going to let us actually have an election. Soros will make another run on the bank if the economy doesn't collapse on its own, or we'll get hit with an Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela.

When Soros made the threats to the media companies before the election - that he would annihilate them through the FCC and anti-monopoly measures after the election if they allowed anybody to report on Obama's eligibility before the election, the assumption was that there was no way Obama could lose - even if Obama's ineligibility was reported. Soros had to have something very, very big that he threatened them with - some reason for them to believe the threat couldn't simply be neutered by reporting Obama's ineligibility and keeping him from getting elected.

I suspect that he threatened another run on the bank like the one he and his communist and Islamist buddies did in Sept 2008. Bush at that time was talking like the Apocalypse would be upon us if we didn't pass TARP - which now appears was a money laundering operation to reward mostly foreign, sharia-compliant banks that had contributed to the dem party and to ACORN. TARP was a drop in the bucket for the real toxic debt; it wasn't that it was going to have a real effect and everybody knew it. I suspect that Soros had to pay off the people who had helped him make the run on the bank. So he threatened Bush, the media companies, the eligibility judges, Dick Cheney, etc with another run on the bank that could have destroyed the world economy and capitalism, as Bush claimed would happen.

As I've said, this is what I suspect. I've got a lot of different information that led me to believe this but there's no way I can prove it.

It does seem to me, though, that Obama's handlers think they are invincible at this point.

I love reading this shiat for some reason. I'm pretty sure that this person is the epitome of Goldline's target demographic.


This guy has been reading the Ulsterman reports.
 
2012-03-07 11:32:30 PM
I'm definitely not voting for him after this.
 
2012-03-07 11:32:32 PM
When in doubt the right-wing shill's can always be counted on to break the glass and start hard-selling their most successful product.

farm8.staticflickr.com

"ZOMG It's scary dark-skinned people! Even worse these dark-skinned folks went and got all uppity by going to Harvard Law School. How dare they!? What they think they're so smart??"

They're going to trot out this old race-baiting BS non-troversy shiat AGAIN and the red-staters and the media are going to get fooled by it AGAIN. And the center will keep moving to the right. Yay America.

/Shirley Sherrod, Rev. Wright, ACORN, The 2 scary members of the Philly New Black Panthers, Van Jones, Michelle Obama's arms & feet and the Ground Zero Muslim Community Center Organizers all wanted for questioning.

//Derp Alert. Raise the Herpy-derpy shields! Full-speed ahead Derp-Factor 20. Engage!!

///Dark-skinned folks is scary. Remember to vote for Thurston and Lovey this November.
 
2012-03-07 11:32:36 PM

Meanniss:

OK America seriously, THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?!!!!!

My best guess is about 25% of parents did not believe those GUBERMENT warnings about the dangers of letting children eat paint chips.


Reading that makes me think they force fed it to them.
 
2012-03-07 11:34:06 PM

Wyalt Derp: I'm definitely not voting for him after this.


You make a good point. This video could cause President Obama to lose the Southern racist vote.
 
2012-03-07 11:35:05 PM
Well, that settles it. I'm definitely voting for the GOP candidate now.
 
2012-03-07 11:43:24 PM

Flappyhead: Meanniss:

OK America seriously, THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?!!!!!

My best guess is about 25% of parents did not believe those GUBERMENT warnings about the dangers of letting children eat paint chips.

Reading that makes me think they force fed it to them.


They stay crispy in milk and are part of a complete breakfast!
 
2012-03-07 11:44:26 PM

The Dog Ate My Homework: Well, that settles it. I'm definitely voting for the GOP candidate now.


I know. I think that if I really try hard and focus on the correct things, I can see how this truly makes Obama and the Democrats just as bad as the overabundant plethora of examples of unethical or malignant behavior by the Republicans make me feel about them.

The only course of action left, obviously, is to cast a protest vote against BOTH sides for the GOP candidate, whoever it is.
 
2012-03-07 11:45:55 PM
I'm changing my Fark handle to "George Soros' Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela."
 
2012-03-07 11:50:02 PM

acefox1: I'm changing my Fark handle to "George Soros' Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela."


I dunno, "Sharia-compliant bank" has a nice ring to it.
 
2012-03-07 11:54:11 PM

Flappyhead: acefox1: I'm changing my Fark handle to "George Soros' Iranian EMP launched from Venezuela."

I dunno, "Sharia-compliant bank" has a nice ring to it.


That would make a great alt.
 
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